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The Writing Studies Tree

A group of students and faculty in the English and ITP programs recently launched the Writing Studies Tree.  This Drupal site shows scholarly relationships in Composition and Rhetoric and adjacent disciplines and traces networks of mentorship.  It creates a social map of the field of writing studies (see image, right) that displays scholar/student connections. The […]

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Discourse Theory and Analysis Course

Professor of Psychology Colette Daiute is interested in “the social cognitive development of children at risk.”  Her research focuses on … children’s social conflicts, conflict resolution, children’s development in war and post-war contexts, children’s rights, literacy development, writing, and uses of interactive technology. Working from the perspective of socio-historical activity theory, Dr. Daiute is especially interested […]

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